BeCA is delighted that Luke’s IGA has agreed to handle Picitup Bags. Just ask at the checkout for a Picitup Bag and you will be given one ofter completing a brief registration card. BeCA thanks Luke’s IGA for taking on this role in the Bellvista Community. The ‘grey’ sign seen in the shop window is the Picitup sign!
You can read more about the Picitup program HERE.
Residents and shop owners agree the skateboard problem with youngsters riding them in the BMP entry area has to stop. These riders have been requested on several occasions to leave the area, signs have been put on display but still some choose to ride their skateboards there. Residents have been hit by them. Others have received a mouth full of abuse when they ask the offenders to move.
As a result Pratt Property will be installing more signs around the centre to clearly designate skateboard no-go areas. Once erected it is then an offence to ride a skateboard in a designated area. Caloundra Police have been informed and are expected to monitor the centre more closely.
The names of the major offenders are well known and will be made available to police.
BeCA has suggested to Pratt Property that more CCTV units be installed for the safety of everyone.
So if your child is a skateboard rider who elects to ride their skateboard around Bellvista Market Place putting resident safety at risk then you may receive a knock on the door from Caloundra Police.
Parents need to be aware of their child really is outside of school hours.
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